The Apprentice: Black Lace Classics by Carrie WilliamsThe Apprentice: Black Lace Classics by Carrie Williams

The Apprentice: Black Lace Classics

byCarrie Williams

Paperback | October 14, 2013

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Sophisticated and compelling portrayal of female ambition and sexual revalry.

In desperate financial straits, aspiring writer Genevieve Carter takes a job as a personal assistant, only to discover that the middle-aged woman she will be working for is none other than her literary heroine, Anne Tournier. Genevieve is at first ecstatic at gaining an introduction to London literary life and Anne's many famous friends. However, her new employer expects rather more from her assistant than was implied in the advert and Genevieve gradually becomes enmeshed in a web of sexual intrigue and experimentation with men and women. Then, by accident, she learns that she has been cast as the heroine of an erotic novel that Anne is writing.

Determined to get her own story out first, Genevieve starts a blog where she relates her sexual liaisons to a growing and appreciative readership. Lured by the prospect of a lucrative publishing deal, a competition ensues between mistress and apprentice, one which will push Genevieve to her artistic and erotic limits.

Manchester-based writer CARRIE WILLIAMS travels widely as a reviewer of hotels, restaurants and bars. She began writing for Black Lace's Wicked Words short story collections before progressing to novels. She is the author of Chilli Heat, The Apprentice and The Blue Guide.
Title:The Apprentice: Black Lace ClassicsFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:256 pages, 7.78 × 5.07 × 0.65 inShipping dimensions:7.78 × 5.07 × 0.65 inPublished:October 14, 2013Publisher:Random House UKLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0352347643

ISBN - 13:9780352347640


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